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DonQuigleone 2012-10-01 08:32

Dating guide in manga form.
 
I remember a while back reading about manga that was a guide to dating. I can't remember it's name, but 'd like to check it out.

Are there any guides to dating in Manga form? I don't really care how bad it is (being bad is perhaps part of the entertainment...)

jedinat 2012-10-01 18:45

Are you thinking of Futari Ecchi? Not a guide to dating (the couple is married after all) but sort of a guide to sex, I guess... though I'd take everything it says with a grain of salt, lol...

OtakuDesu 2012-10-05 10:46

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Originally Posted by jedinat (Post 4377315)
Are you thinking of Futari Ecchi? Not a guide to dating (the couple is married after all) but sort of a guide to sex, I guess... though I'd take everything it says with a grain of salt, lol...

Don't forget Love Lucky it's also created by the author Katsu Aki creator of Futari ecchi although this one is more focused on "Dating" or status of their relationship

It's about some "Unlucky guy" meeting an weird woman on a matchmaking party and somewhat got together

sudolicious 2012-10-05 10:53

Kaminomi should be the way to guaranteed success.

judasmartel 2012-11-06 05:45

Erm, but is it really possible to apply dating sim knowledge in real life with a very good success rate?

Masuzu 2012-11-06 06:24

^ 'Very good success rate' is out of your control for the most part.

But can that kind of thing be applied in real life?? Yes, yes I did it can.

erneiz_hyde 2012-11-06 06:34

I get a feeling Don Quiqleone is speaking about a specific manga, and if so, I think I know what he meant, but I forgot the name as well :heh:...If I remember right there was a brief reference on it in the A Laugh a Day thread...

Wait, was it this?

judasmartel 2012-11-15 23:44

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Originally Posted by Hasumi (Post 4427820)
^ 'Very good success rate' is out of your control for the most part.

But can that kind of thing be applied in real life?? Yes, yes I did it can.

And I assume it worked for you?


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